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(By Elbotrio Tblkobaph.—Copybiohi.l [Special to Press Association,]

DISTASTEFUL ATTENTION. ROME, October 18. (Reoelved October 19, 1889, at 12.15 p.m.)

The Empress of Austria, who is paying a visit to Italy, has been hissed by the populace in some parts.


Count Kalnoky, Minister of Foreign Affairs, has accepted an official apology from Prince Ferdinand, of Bulgaria, for visiting England.


The Cunard steamer Malta has been wrecked at Cape Cornwall, five miles from Land's End. Her passengers were all saved.

[Per Press Association.]

MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL. LONDON, October 17, (Reoelved October 19,1889, at 12.15 p.m.)

Tallow is firm. Mutton, 27s to 27s 6d; beef, 26s 6d to 27b. The sugar market is flat. German beet is quoted at lis 6d ; Java, 14s 6d. The total amount of reserve in the Bank of England is LI 1,150,000. The proportion of reserve to liabilities is 36$ per cent. Consols are firm at 97J. Now Zealand 4 per cent, inscribed stock, 106 J. ~ t The market is active for Australian wheat (ex warehouse), 39* 6d, steady; New Zealand long-berried ditto (ex store), 383; business improving. Best No. 1 Scotch pig-iron (f.o.b. in Clyde), 555, and prices remain steady at this quotation.

FATAL RAILWAY ACCIDENT. SAN FRANCISCO, October 18. (Received Ootobcr 10, 1889, at 1 p.m.) Thirty people were killed and many others injured by a railway collision at Sterling, in California.

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HOME AND FOREIGN., Issue 8042, 19 October 1889

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HOME AND FOREIGN. Issue 8042, 19 October 1889

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